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is in san jose this morning. people voted for this. >> reporter: people voted for this in november. what's happening today is minimum wage workers in san jose will now make $10 an hour. that's up from $8 an hour. this is the largest minimum wage pay increase in the nation. now, again, voters approved measure d in the fall. that's why the $2 increase is happening. this is of course happy news for the thousands of minimum wage workers in the city. but san jose's mayor is concerned that some businesses might not be able to handle the hike. he is worried people could lose their jobs. >> as the minimum wage goes up, small businesses in particular will make accommodations. some will absorb the cost, some will pass it on to their customers and some will have to decrease jobs and lay people off. >> a campaign is also kicking off today to encourage people to spend their extra money from those earnings in the city. the slogan is, earn and spend in san jose. it will be displayed in business windows. the minimum wage in california is $8 an hour. in san j
san jose to san francisco. can't rule out a bit of drizzle back for oakland. two things we are watching. the first one is colder weather as head into tonight and tomorrow morning. temperatures dropping to the 30s up into the north bay. and the other thing that we are monitoring is a weekend forecast. going to be changing. we will talk about the warm weather and how high the temperatures will go coming up in the full forecast. >>> estimated 9,000 people in san jose are affiliated with a gang and one of them may be responsible for the city's latest shooting, a teenager shot on the east sietd. the san jose community is getting creative on how to stop this rising violence. among the ideas, a change of clothing. kris sanchez joins us with ideas that other cities could possibly use. >> reporter: hi, there. for the last two years san jose police say that the number of gang homicides have accounted for about half of all of the homicides in the city of san jose. a crime prevention and a gang prevention expert says that is only half of the story. all quiet near fischer middle school
between the rich and poor. >>> breaking news. we've been following this for the past hour. san jose police investigating a homicide. >>> we have -- it's a chilly start. i'll have a look at your numbers coming up. >>> a homicide investigation under way this morning in san jose after neighbors find a man's body lying in the middle of the street. we'll tell you what police are saying about the victim in this case. >>> a gruesome accident at a san francisco bart station. we'll tell you how a man was killed by an elevator next. >>> we'll show you how san francisco waterfront is developing to accommodate bigger cruise liners. >>> thousands of workers in the south bay are getting a pay raise. how they are raising questions about poverty in silicon valley. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> good morning. welcome to a brand new day it's monday, march 11th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm maureen naylor. pam cook is off today. we want to start with weather and traffic as always. rosemary orozco is in for steve. >> good morning, to you. another day of sunny skies. 60s and 70s. it will be
first on the scene of san jose's ninth homicide of the year. >>> a gruesome death at a san francisco bart station that many questions surrounding the grim discovery. >>> >> reporter: a gruesome deadly accident at a san francisco b.a.r.t. station. we'll tell you what one man was doing right before he was killed. >> reporter: this neighborhood has turned into a crime scene after neighbors find a man shot to death in the middle of the street. we'll tell you what police think may have led up to the shooting. >>> we're following developing news from afghanistan. new deadly attacks targeting u.s. troops. >>> a major crash in half moon bay has one of the major roads in and out of the area blocked. "mornings on 2" starts right now. >> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's monday march 11th. we want to go right to sal following a serious crash on highway 92. >> this crash is blocking all of the lanes on 92 between 35 and 1. they are doing an investigate, major injuries. a person taken away, taken to stanford hospital. but highway 92 is shut
. >> coming up next on kron 4 news at 11:00. the san jose school managed to avoid cut backs up till now. a teacher accused of tieing up a two-year-old child for refusing to take a nap. that's next. . >> this is the bay area's new station. kron 4 news at 11:00 starts now. >> a preschool is under investigation following reports the teacher tied up a two-year- old child. a little girl. the spokesman for center point christian preschool says the teacher taped up the girls ankles and wrists and took a photo of her after the child refused to take a nap. school officials are not saying when it happened but it came to light two days ago when the teacher showed the picture to people at a party. pleasanton police are investigating. the pastor for center point presbyterian church issued a statement saying we are appalled and shock. every human person made in the image of god. all the children in over care deserve highest degree of protection. the preschool says it's cooperating with the investigation and it has shut down preschool operations for five days. >>> as school districts throughout t
. >>> time is 5:02. starting today. the minimum wage in san jose is $10 an hour. workers will make $2 an hour more than the state mandated $8 wage. now the ordnance applied to most san jose employees and the pay hike it's the biggest jump so far in the country. voters approved it with measure d last november. labor and community leaders who pushed to raise minimum wage will be pushing off a campaign with a local business association. >>> poverty is on the rise in silicon valley. even with the technology boom. food stamp users at a ten year high and homelessness has gone up 20% in two years. analysts say the high cost of living is contributing to all of those people fall into porty. the home price is $550,000. rent they average just under $2,000 a month for two bedroom apartment. >>> catholic cardinals from all over the world are meeting for the last time to the start of tomorrow's conclave. i want to show you new video this morning. the cardinals arriving for preconclave meetings at the vatican. 115 cardinals will vote for a new pope but there doesn't appear to be a clear front runner. yester
for an invasion. >>> thousands of people who earn the minimum wage in san jose just got a raise. they are making $10 an hour. it's because voters approved the $2 an hour pay hike in november. chuck reed is concerned some businesses won't be able to handle the hike. the mayor is concerned about people who are likely to lose their jobs. >> as the minimum wage goes up, small businesses in particular will make accommodations, some of them will absorb the cost, some will pass it on to customers and some will lay people off. >> a campaign is kicking off to encourage people to spend extra earnings in san jose. >>> redwood city could join many of its neighbors on the peninsula tonight and vote to ban most retailers from from giving out single use plastic bags. the plan before the city council would also require a 10- cent charge for paper bags. and san mateo county adopted a plastic bag ban in november. the county says only a small percentage of bags are recycled. >>> thomas frazier begins work today as the oakland police department compliance direct
. in death. the details from san jose and san francisco. then. a santa clara county gun buyback hauling in lots of guns but creating controversy. we'll explain why. (male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> a deadly shooting involving san jose police. it all started during a chase through a residential neighborhood. kron four's jeff bush shows us the scene and explains what happened. >> reporter: sid was a police made contact in the police started chasing. this is video from our partnership with sky seven. the noticed that the suspect ran but least two police cars and the suspect was approaching the pursuing officers. >> he brandished a fire arm have the officer what was believed to be a fire arm. he was also a purloined items out of the car and the officer was communicating these details to us over the redial. >> reporter: 13 police cars were involved with the suspect car crashed his car into a tree and got out presenting an imminent danger. he was struck by the gunfire went down and was pronounced dead at the scene. >> reporter: these shell casings
'll have tonight. >>> good evening, i'm elizabeth cook. >> and i'm ken bastida. a san jose family is grief stricken after finding a family member. kpix5's kit doe explains what took so long to find the missing man. kit. >> reporter: we know ken, we just learned that the woman arrested has confessed to the killing and she will be charged with murder. police also tell us that the victim was stabbed multiple times and crime scene was gruesome. >> for the past month, christina has been scouring the streets locking for her grandfather. it turns out, he was literally right under everyone's noses the whole time. >> you didn't smell anything? >> yes, it smelled like garbage, but he was decaying that much. today he really smell the decay. >> the 70-year-old man had been stabbed. his body stuffed under the mattress of his own foldout sofa bed. christina reported her grandpa missing on february 18. no one, not her, not the police, notice the decomposing body under the mountain of junk inside his apartment until it got really bad. >> at first it was a relief knowing he was there and then i felt
winds can carry the pollen several miles making it very difficult to avoid. reporting live in san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> my eyes have been itching all day. let's check in with jeff ranieri. am i going to get some relief? >> your relief is happening right now. right after the recent rain. i know it doesn't feel like it outside especially with a forecast like this. the next 48 hours, pollen levels expected to go back into the high category. even with the storm system that pushed over the past 24 hours. we'll talk about how hot it's going to get over the weekend. >>> and more controversy for the boy scouts. a new scout survey that some say is meant to stack the deck against any change in the group's most controversial policy. >>> just say no. the products some bay area grocery stores are agreeing not to sell. >>> and an airport altercation that has the tsa spinning. why a veteran says he was humiliated by a tsa agent. we're back in a moment. >>> take a look. it took more than six hours to control this predawn fire on bethel island. this is in eastern costa costra coun
san jose officials about city affairs must be made public. this comes following a ruling from a santa clara county judge. the move is meant to close a loophole in the state's public records law. the ruling is a victory for those accusing california of a public records act. >>> ktvu learned -- agents used passengers blue tooth devices to track them through the airport. passenger groups are not happy about it. >> reporter: lines can be long. documents show tsa tested a project to measure how long sensors in the terminal to find your blue tooth device, hone in and track you. and how long it takes you to get through security. it detects signals and calculates a wait time. the information would be encrypted and destroyed within two hours. we've learned they tested this technology in 2012 in las vegas and indianapolis. then bailed on it. >> this is an expensive and complicated way of estimating average wait times. compared with having a ticket agent write the time. >> reporter: tsa has been dealing with complaints about how it handles privacy.
property in the south bay. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is in san jose this morning where warnings went out several days ago. >> reporter: the city says it gave these people 72 hours notice and today they are planning a clean-up. i'm on spring street in san jose and you can see campers remain on this public property. the clean-up though is set to begin this morning. and the city says it's going up to its police presence here. about 100 people having living in this encampment near the guadalupe parkway river. it's one of an estimated 60 camps throughout santa clara county. this one is in the flight path of the san jose airport so it's been spotted from above and it quickly grew after another sweep of a homeless encampment nearby. >> you move them interest one spot and they pop up in another -- you move them from one spot and they pop up in another. >> it's frustrating but part of the process. we have to be consistent as i said in our application on how we work with people. if we continue to work, i think everyone at the city believes that we will have
will come in and tear down a homeless encampment in san jose but still people holding their ground. we'll tell you more about what's going to be happening. >>> well good morning. it's is friday. a day personally made for pam cook. >> thank you. >> it's friday march 8th. i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. get to sleep in tomorrow. it's international women's day add. so happy international women's day. >> congratulationses to you. >> thank you. >> in honor of that, how about we warm it up. >> nice. >> we'll warm it up. it's going to be a fabulous weekend. if you like 70s. if you like the sunshine, i have great news for you. it's coming our way. we have a look at storm tracker 2. we're dealing with mostly cloudy skies over most of the bay area. the north bay partly cloudy at this time catch a little bit of rain there off the coast. santa cruz picked up 3 tenths of rain. san jose picked up some. gillroy picked up two tenths. so not finished completely. it's moving out of here. i'll show you who will have the best chance at a lingering shower and your t
. >> okay, thank you, george. thousands of people will be heading to san jose tomorrow for the funeral of those two fallen santa c rrrusa police officers. >> reporter: jessica, 20,000 people are expected to pack hp pavilion. 6,000 of them police officers from all over the country. there will be a huge procession to the community tomorrow and that may impact their commute. >> the streets of downtown san jose are quiet tonight. but, tomorrow, a number of streets near hp pavilion will be closed allowing thousands of people to pay their last respect to two fallen officers from santa cruz. earlier today, crews spent the afternoon making sure everything was in place at the hp pavilion. more than 2 dozen officers did a walk through making sure the space is perfect for tomorrow's service. >> today, where we can all come together and celebrate what they gave to our communities and honor their memory. >> a salute will start in the morning with a 33 mile procession starting from the board walk in santa cruz. that ro session of plifs from all over will bring highway 17 to a slow crawl as it makes
country encrypt their radio transmission, san jose p.d. does not. >> thank you. >>> santa clara county will spend a million dollars to replace george sirocawa. he resigned last friday after the district attorney charged him with 12 counts of corruption. he now faces up to a year in jail. after lengthy debate this morning, the board decided the transparency of an election is needed as opposed to appointment. the winner of the special election will serve out the remainder of shirokawa's term. his second when he resigned. >>> there is trouble in the bay area skies. tonight crews are inspecting an alaskan airliner jet. it took off after 11:00 this morning. after 20 minutes into the flight, the captain received a warning about a possible fire in the right engine. the plane made a u-turn and headed back to the airport where firefighters were waiting on the runway. fortunately it touched down safely. all 47 passengers and the crew are okay. >>> from the air to the road. the bay area tops a list that no one wants to be on. it's a list of megacommuters. those are people who travel more t
, as well. many who couldn't make it to san jose gathered to watch a live broadcast at kaiser permanente arena. in fact, that was the original site for the memorial before planners realized it was simply too small. >>> while most area law enforcement officers were in san jose, others put their own grief aside to protect a community in mourning. kpix 5's len ramirez on the ones who stayed behind. len. >> reporter: well, ever since the two officers were gunned down, the santa cruz law enforcement community has seen tremendous support both from other allied agencies and the community as a whole. and that continued again today. but while the officers were away honoring the fallen officers, the criminal element apparently came forward to take advantage. just minutes after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose for services for the two murdered santa cruz officers -- >> tellers were pretty shaken up. >> reporter: -- three armed men robbed a bank of the west branch in nearby capitola. >> i couldn't believe that someone was taking ad
. >> in just a couple of hours, a huge homeless encampment in san jose will be cleared out by the city. many homeless are still here. you'll hear from one of the homeless men when the morning news continues. >> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning, march 8th. i'm pam cook. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's check your weather, traffic, steve is still out but rosemary sight here. i'm loving your forecast. >> i'm loving it too. sunny skies headed back our way. some of us waking up with partly cloudy skies this morning. some of us still grey and maybe a lingering shower. giving you a live look at storm tracker 2. i came in this morning, a few scattered showers popping up over the santa cruz mountains but we have since dried out. this system is moving out of here. it's headed south. that's going to leave us with partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures in time your weekend. i'll break it down for you coming up. good morning sal >> good morning. traffic is moving along pretty well down highway 17. it has been a nice looking drive. if we're looking at the co
and the low cloud deck over san jose. mostly cloudy. in the 30s to 40s. once again. 37 in santa rose a.38napa. i want to point out this is slightly warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. though it's a cold start we are about like where we were friday. if you were out early you know what to expect. 37 in walnut creek. widespread 40s, 46 san francisco, 43 in areas around haywood. 38 san ramone. again we will start now to see the temperatures slowly turn around over the next two hours and then into the afternoon a nice warm up in store. here is the forecast. picking up just a little bit of high cloud cover around are the bay area, san jose reporting mostly cloudy by ten its clearing out. even the coastline looks mostly clear for your saturday afternoon. temperatures will be a few degrees above yesterday afternoon highs. pacific satellite view the system that brought the little bit of rain and then moved sight is pushing eastover arizona. we are still on the back edge of this trough like pattern. ridge of high pressure and the difference between the two could bring up the winds just a bit in to
story. >> more than 100 people have been living in a homeless camp in san jose. they are supposed to clear out this morning but many are still here. what is going to happen. mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete, bay area news coverage starts right now this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings onto. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. happening now, in oakland, federal agents and local police are teaming up for a major crime sweep. brian flores is live from oakland with new information on this developing story. >> reporter: good morning to you. what we are learning is that this police raid involving oakland police as well as united states marshalls, they arrested several people this morning starting at around two on people involved in violent crime. this was confirmed when we pulled up about six a large group of officers and some heavy tactical gear and armored vehicles. the police station served as a regrouping point for the operation which included opd and united states marshalls. attorneys also involved here as well. they have a command unit based in
at the san jose crash, what it's doing to traffic. it's not good. also looking at the toll plaza, a big delay there. let's go to mark. >> good morning. the fog making a comeback, coastside right around the bay, not as widespread as yesterday but still a factor. a big batch of high clouds moving in and temperatures cool off into the weekend. we'll keep an eye on the fog and have an update in the 7:00 hour. >>> coming up, a jolt that may surprise you. >>> growing number of threats at local schools, one mentioned today's date. we'll be right back. >>> we're live at foothill high school in pleasanton where a threatening note is found on campus. we'll tell you what it said and how either schools are reacting to the problem. >>> an overnight jolt in the area. where a 4.6 earthquake hit just hours ago. >> reporter: we're live at st. mary's college in morago with what vatican scholars say we can expect from pope francis. >>> and carnival cruise lines, a dream that turned into a nightmare. "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori
cruz memorial. the viewing comes one day before a public memorial service at hp pavilion in san jose. thursday's procession is set to start at 8:45 in the morning in santa cruz. participants will all be staging at the third street parking lot on the board walk. the procession will head north over highway 17 to hp pavilion in downtown san jose. authorities say that procession will cause rolling road closures along the route. >>> ktvu will air thursday's memorial live. our coverage begins with mornings on 2. then at 11:00, our coverage continues as the funeral procession makes its way to san jose. >>> on wall street the dow jones went where it has never been before surpassing it's previous record in closing at an all time high. the dow gained 125 points to 14,253. that is 90 points above the previous record set before the recession in october of 2007. nasdaq gained 42 it's at a 12 year high but still 19 points below its report set back in march 2000. still there was no champane popping in wall street. there's reluctance to get too excited since the economy remains in recovery mode. low
pretty chilly in the 40s out towards santa rosa and napa. downtown san francisco, 48 and san jose reporting partly cloudy skies, 52 degrees. throughout the day today, the fog gradually strips away revealing partly cloudy skies. a few high clouds into the afternoon hours for the coast. temperatures, they are mainly in the upper 50s to the 60s except santa cruz backups. we'll continue to atlanticen up the high -- up the -- we'll continue to thicken up the high clouds. they are coming down from yesterday's very warm readings. the highs are still pretty warm for mid-march. mid- to upper os concord, fairfield, antioch. san francisco, 67. still some patchy fog for the coast. near pacifica, 60 degrees this afternoon. this is your five-day forecast -- pretty much the same deal for your friday. your weekend always in view. slightly cooler by monday. no rain clouds yet. but we are tracking an increase. we'll break gun the -- break down the timing on that. >>> in the past couple of weeks, a trash can was set on fire in discuss, plumbing was damage -- san
all the way down to san jose. also towards towards saratoga. steady rain for san francisco. an hour ago, that ended temporarily. we could use this rain fall in march. look what happens next month. we start turning down that speck specket from mother nature. not only tonight, but for the next couple of nights. that will be with us until midday tomorrow. giving us a chance of rain. the past four or five rain chances has been the front. rain chances gone, not the case this time, because behind that is an upper level area of low pressure. this will move over top of us. this is going to be here on thursday. i think for most of us, thursday will be wetter than what we have outside right now with a chance of thunderstorms and dropping snow levels. here's the future cast through 5:00 tomorrow. a quarter of an inch of rain fall. now look at the numbers once we add in thursday, concord, an inch of rain fall. redwood city, nearly an inch of rain fall. breezy tomorrow, as that front moves through. steady rain is done by 10:00, but the rain is back on thursday. mid 50s tomorrow, that's it. san j
this morning. >>> next door to the san jose airport police officers and city workers headed into a field with tents. more than 120 people have been living here for months. they have been given notice they were trespassing but some had not left yet and didn't know where to move to. >> i have no idea, i am going to bring myself to the road and i don't know from there, i don't know. >> as of right now i am hoping maybe a night or two at the motel if everything works out all right. if not maybe in the car. >> you are trespassing. >> this is city owned land where nothing can be built because of the proximity to the airport. they say it raises health and safety issues and some are packing up and moving there. the city realizes that but offering outreach services to build rapport with them to get help. >> i think the more consistent we are in the application of these clean ups and the more frequently we do them and break them down the less we will see. >> they are halling that off. the cost of the clean up is between 20 and 30,000 dollars, city officials admit there is not enough hogsing housi
windy all day. take a look at these peak wind gusts. half-moon bay, san jose state university and novato all with wind gusts of 40 miles per hour. there's a cold front moving through tonight which will keep the rain chance around but we're not done yet. big area of low pressure sliding by this week keeping the rain chance elevated. details how long that rain is going to stick around coming up in about ten minutes. >> all right. see you then. >>> take a live look at the bay bridge tonight. this side of the island, it's all about that. the bay lights. our installation is up and running on the western span from treasure island into the city of san francisco. we have team coverage tonight starting with kristen airs who shows us how all this works. kristen. >> that's right. ken, they pushed a button just about two hours ago and just take a look at it. this is the flashiest that the san francisco bay bridge has ever looked at 1.8 miles wide and 500 feet high, this is the largest led light structure in the world and tonight we watched it come alive. >> tonight bay bridge sparkled. >> it's gorge
to you. >> thank you. >>> in san jose, a final salute to two fallen heroes. a sea of uniformed officers stood in silence outside hp pavilion to honor the santa cruz police detective kill in the line of duty last week. thousands of mourners paid their respects. >> we gather to remember a mother, partner, an inspiration to all of us. we gather to remember a father, a husband, a mentor, and a friend. >> santa cruz police sergeant lauren butch baker and detective elizabeth butler were killed last month investigating a sexual assault. >>> while thousands of police officers were at the memorial in san jose, some criminals saw an opportunity to strike. just minutes after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose three armed men robbed a bank in nearby capitola. witnesses tell police the robbers pointed handguns, shoved some employees and escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash. >> people know that we're, you know, that a lot of the officers are going to be over there honoring the fallen officers and it's just really disapp
month. >> happening now in downtown san jose, going online while on the move just got faster. today, mayor reed unveiled a free wi-fi snfs a one and a half square mile area going from the center of the performing arts to san jose state university using the fiber network and dozens of new antennas from a company called ruckus wireless to super charge web speed. >> we've been able to push the boundaries of typical wi-fi mesh design. offering two to four times faster speeds an thorj comfortable networks. >> it's similar to the speed of a dsl land line. users can connect by selecting the wickedly fast network. i like the name. wicked fast. it will be used to process transitions in downtown parking meters. >> state treasurer withdrawn papers to divorce his wife. former alameda county supervisor nadya lockyear following her resignation from her seat in april after admitting to drug addiction and an affair. nadya lockyear just finished a six-month stay in a rehab program. a speck spokesman says the couple agreed to try to work things out. >> still ahead, why facebook is looking to take twi
station, kron 4 news starts now. >> san jose police shot and killed a man during a chase through a residential neighborhood. kron four's jeff bush shows what happened. >> reporter: san jose police made contact with the suspect around three in the afternoon and attempted to make a stop of off and the officer began chasing him. this is video from our partners at sky 7 hd. at one point during the chase, police say the suspect rammed at least two police cars.and, the chase continued. during that time officer say the suspect was threatening the pursuing officers. the suspect was believed to be a firearm it was also the growing other items out of the vehicle. the ruling other items out of the vehicle. and the police really disinformation. >> reporter: the suspect brandishes a firearm at the officers and is throwing different items out of the vehicle. the officer is communicating this over the radio to other officers and eventually they join in the pursuit as well. >> the officers felt that the suspect presented an imminent danger. he was later presen pronounced se that th-dead at the s
. >>> san jose police are looking for a light colored suv involved in a drive by shooting. the shooting happened just before 8:00 last night on hopkins drive. school leaders ran outside when they heard the shots and offered help to the victim. he suffered at least one gunshot wound and is expected to recover. school officials say they believe he may have been a former student at fisher but the shooting was not school related. >> it didn't involve the activities on campus. wasn't directed at the school. we have lots of staff here this morning to make sure that the school gets off to a smooth start. >> police are looking into gang connections. they're checking on two or three individuals who were with the victim when he was shot. >>> the changes to hayward streets is only days old and the city is already hearing from people. the project has converted two way streets to one way traffic. some drivers say the changes are confusing and dangerous. they say there's not enough warning before they encounter on coming traffic. ktvu asked a city official about that today and he says overhead signs
. crime concerns are much lower in san jose and san francisco. and you can find the full results of that poll on our website, cbssf.com. >>> well, oakland police did have something to celebrate today. they recovered a priceless piece of california history taken in a brazen museum burglary. kpix 5 reporter ann notarangelo shows us the case is far from closed. >> reporter: the jewelry box is exactly where it should be. it's in the museum behind me but it is still a mystery as to who took it and what were they going to do with it? >> it's been many sleepless nights. >> reporter: it may look like just an expense every jewelry box but this piece of california gold rush history evokes a lot of emotion. it's one of the iconic pieces in this museum. and when the oakland museum of california director got the call yesterday that it had been recovered -- >> i cried. i was in my car, pulled over and burst into tears. >> reporter: oakland police say 45-year-old parolee andre franklin has been charged with possession of stolen property. they have been loo
will continue to have cooler weather coming up. >> catherine: a man was shot to death this morning in san jose. it happened around 4:30 a-m on murtha drive near capitol avenue. police found the body of a hispanic man in the middle of the street. investigators still have no idea what happened. this was the ninth homicide this year. >> catherine: san jose business and labor leaders say an increase in the minimum wage will be an economic stimulus. workers at phil's coffee in downtown san jose are among the thousands who now have a pay hike from 8 to 10 dollars an hour. the increase took effect today. the controversial 'measure d' was on last fall's ballot - and was passed by just over 60-percent of voters. for many workers - it means as much as an extra $80 a week. >> living in the san jose is not cheap and we're all also students. we can go out a little bit more and it all adds up. >> catherine: the city's downtown association was among the business groups at first opposed to the measure. but members now say it's a good thing-- and hope that workers will spend the extra money in san jose. >> cat
on breaking news we brought you this morning out of san jose. police are investigating a high school field trip where a sex offender hopped on board the same bus as students and went along for the ride. it happened within the eastside union high school district. this morning, the superintendent says that man was not authorized to be on that bus. nbc bay area's bob redell joins us live from andrew hill high school with the new information for us. bob? >> reporter: a couple of things. good morning to you, marla. turns out this involved not only students from andrew hill high but also silver creek high as well. we have a better idea of how this registered sex offender was allowed to ride on the bus with the several high school students. as was outlined in this letter by the school superintendent to the parents of these students, this happened on february 14th during a field trip to the de anza college for about 30 students from both schools. during the return, a parent in a wheelchair requested a ride for her and her male friend. one of the staff let her and the man on board and felt bad she
face 10 years in prison. he is scheduled to return to court later this month. >>> san jose police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal stabbing at a parking. police say 20-year-old vincent gallegos killed 37-year-old eric white. news chopper 2 was over the scene when white's body was found in guadalupe oak grove park. police say they don't believe it was gang related. >>> tonight we're getting a better picture of the damage done to berkeley's penny's restaurant in an early morning fire. allie rasmus live with the latest on the fire. >> reporter: to my right you can see some of the wooden boards where they're getting ready to board up the broken windows here. they're canceling all of the reservations at least through march 23rd. the restaurant will be shut down because of the fire. there were lots of hugs. >> it definitely touches me deeply. i care about this neighborhood and businesses. i mean it's just our 41st year. >> reporter: the fire broke out at 3: 3: 3:00 this morning. it started underneath the business. >> where the fire originated there's some electrical equipment
, the lady who lives on southbrook drive in south san jose tells me she awoke to find him standing over her in bed. she chased him out of the house, told him to keep running because she was calling the police. i said, wow, that's pretty gutsy. she tells me she always had that instinct in her. officers were able to set up a perimeter within 90 seconds since coincidentally they were already patrolling the area for other quality of life crimes in that neighborhood. she was able to give them a very good description. she did fall asleep with the tv on. campo was found within minutes. >> the fact that they were able to respond in less than two minutes, lock the area down, he probably came out and tried to pretend that he was just a nearby resident because he figured there was so many officers in the area that he wasn't going to be able to avoid detection very long. so he probably rolled the dice and tried to trick us into thinking he was somebody who lived in the area. >> reporter: campo was arrested, as i mentioned. he was wearing an ankle monitoring bracelet as required by law. he also tried to
is visiting the country. >>> bigger paychecks in san jose. the pay increase starting today and why not everyone is happy about it. it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, it's monday, march 11th i'm brian flores. >> rosemary orozco you say it's going to be nice since we lost that hour. >> yeah. a pleasant weekend. this morning we are joined by cool temperatures once again. i'm detecting a little bit of patchy fog out there his morning. along the coast and parts of the sonoma valley floor. but we have another beautiful one in store for you. mostly sunny skies. a minor warmup in some cases. i do expect the coast will remain in the 60s for today. and our extended forecast looks dry and warm. i'll show you when i think our temperatures will peek and i'll have a break down of our monday morning forecast coming up. >>> traffic is doing well on the freeway. a nice looking drive on 80 westbound. it is 4:29 let's go back to the tech. >>> sal, thank you. in overnight news bart police are investigating a disturbing incident at the montgomery street station. is a m
. >>> the san jose police department is looking for help tonight identifying two men who invest -- investigators say robbed people as they were getting off the train. police say the robbers followed the victims then threatened to shoot them if they didn't hand over their property. here is a closer look at the suspects, police describe them as adult males in their 20s, they say one is african american, the other is latino. >> reporter: the police chief in richmond is offering a $25,000 reward tonight after a bullet went inside a home this afternoon and a fragment wounded a 1-year-old by by boy in the neck. the shooting happened at 1:15 this afternoon near first and west mcdonald in the iron triangle neighborhood. amber lee is live where she spoke to the child's father about the changes that need to happen, amber -- >> reporter: just a few minutes ago i spoke to the father of elijah lee. he said his son successfully underwent surgery and that he's relieved the baby is expected to recover. tonight police are looking for the man who was lying in wait and opened fire on a bicyclists
to other robberies throughout the area. >>> the san jose police department is looking for help tonight identifying two men who invest -- investigators say robbed people as they were getting off the train. police say the robbers followed the victims then threatened to shoot them if they didn't hand over their property. here is a closer look at the suspects, police describe them as adult males in their 20s, they say one is african american, the other is latino. >> reporter: the police chief in richmond is offering a $25,000 reward tonight after a bullet went inside a home this afternoon and a fragment wounded a 1-year-old by by boy in the neck. the shooting happened at 1:15 this afternoon near first and west mcdonald in the iron triangle neighborhood. amber lee is live where she spoke to the child's father about the changes that need to happen, amber -- >> reporter: just a few minutes ago i spoke to the father of elijah lee. he said his son successfully underwent surgery and that he's relieved the baby is expected to recover. tonight police are looking for the man who was lying in wait
will be held at noon. that will be at hp pavilion in downtown san jose. a motorcade will take the caskets from santa cruz to san jose and you can watch live coverage of tomorrow's service right here on kpix 5. >>> the other big story today is the weather. it's been wet and windy all night. and there's more rain to come. kpix 5 meteorologist lawrence karnow is tracking the system. hi-def doppler and foul weather turtleneck is on. >> that's right. and i'm loving it! just nice to see the rain again. it's been so darn dry the first part of the year but looks like we are back in the rainy weather pattern now. the gusty winds out there, the main cold front has swept on through but it looks like more showers are on the way on and off today. we'll get some sunny breaks in between but still you will see some brief downpours. the heaviest rainfall right now toward the gilroy, morgan hill area, toward the 101 in hollister, traveling in that location be very careful. you will see puddles on the roads. and some very slick conditions. still, as we head throughout t
it is in response to consumer demand. >>> after couple of years of cutting back to save money san jose mayor is ready to start beefing up public safety once again. 2 years ago the city was facing a 115 million dollar budget short fall. mayor and council laid off some city employee from his many others took 10% pay cut. finances have apparently improved now and mayor reed says he wants to spend the bulk of the extra money on police. >> we need to increase the capacity of the police department. we need to be more aggressive of about recruiting, hiring and training. we need to get more officers on the street. those are things able to do because we have a little bit of extra money to spend this year. >>reporter: city police fire union were the most vocal in opposing the cuts two years ago. the police union issued a statement that reads in part we were expecting to hear bold leadership from the mayor but instead we heard a whim perfect. >>> san jose another moment. city minimum wage there and the workers getting a raise. big one. 2 dollars an hour. that increase to continue dollars put
to hear what's going on in our neighborhood >>> neighbors taking action after a san jose teacher is arrested for possessing child pornography. the new twist in the story. >>> new developments in the death of a san jose biker, what police are saying happened in the moments before he disappeared last september. >>> finally coming to an end. what's happening in the case against a former sf crime lab tech accused of stealing evidence >>> we take it outside live over san francisco. that is your bay bridge dancing in the darkness. the good news, ladies and gentlemen, it is friday. i'll say it one more time. friday, march 15th. this is "today in the bay." >>> always an added jolt of energy on fridays. it is 4:31. good morning. i'm jon kelly. >>> i'm laura garcia cannon. let's first check the forecast with christina. good morning. >>> good morning, jon and laura. happy, happy friday. temperatures nice and mild. 40s, 50s, no 30s to report. the good news is, we have a great looking st. patrick's day weekend coming up. i will have your full forecast coming up in a few minutes. first, want t
baltimore police commissioner and spent 28 years with san jose police. he will have broad authority in oakland and can even ask for the police chief to be fired. >>> and noelle walker joins us now. >> reporter: we've seen some picture taking and heard some oohs and aahs over this last dress rehearsal. tomorrow night it's show time. for most of us the bay bridge is transportation, engineering, utility. for artist leo villareal it's a canvas he's painting with the lights. >> i just wanted the bay bridge to shine in the nation's conscious one more time. >> reporter: practice sessions started in january, tonight the artist is hold up in a dark hotel room working on the finishing touches to turn thousands of lights into dancing art. >> if the tests are you know even a portion of what the real thing is going to be. it's going to be good. >> reporter: the installation extends over 1.8 miles of the western span. 25,000 white l.e.d. lights will transform into moving sculpture from dusk to 2:00 a.m. never repeating the same pattern. the artists inspiration comes from the birds, tides, clouds
march 12. fraizer is a former baltimore police commissioner and spent 28 years with san jose police. he will have broad authority in oakland and can even ask for the police chief to be fired. >>> and noelle walker joins us now. >> reporter: we've seen some picture taking and heard some oohs and aahs over this last dress rehearsal. tomorrow night it's show time. for most of us the bay bridge is transportation, engineering, utility. for artist leo villareal it's a canvas he's painting with the lights. >> i just wanted the bay bridge to shine in the nation's conscious one more time. >> reporter: practice sessions started in january, tonight the artist is hold up in a dark hotel room working on the finishing touches to turn thousands of lights into dancing art. >> if the tests are you know even a portion of what the real thing is going to be. it's going to be good. >> reporter: the installation extends over 1.8 miles of the western span. 25,000 white l.e.d. lights will transform into moving sculpture from dusk to 2:00 a.m. never repeating the same pattern. the artists inspiration comes fro
nessman san jose state basketball coach george nessman was fired this morning, 12 hours after the spartans were eliminated in the wac tournement two years ago nessman guided san jose st to their first winning season since 1993, games each of the past two seasons in 8 seasons under nessman, san jose state compiled a record of 86-161. there is the philadelphia against miami. they are closing in that. the story is that he had an injury, but the lakers lost. been a good night.
fire started at a high school in san jose. it broke out about 12. 30 yesterday afternoon at independence high school on educational park drive. the flames damage add lunchroom and about 15 school offices. there have been at least four suspicious fires at that school in just the past eight months. >> it's very frustrating. we do have cameras, and we have turned it over to san jose pd and they're going to see if they can help us. >> the fire appears to have started outside at an area where vending machines are located. >>> congress is preparing for what could be another financial crisis. house leaders just released a short-term proposal to avoid a government shutdown on march 27th. this plan would give the pentagon more flexibility in deciding how to administer the automatic -- automatic budget cut that is took effect last friday. it would keep funding at other ajenisis at last year's levels. all sides say a government shutdown is not the answer. >> our goal when we put together a budget is not just to make the numbers add up. our goal is also to reignite the true engine of
. ♪ >>> it is 7:26. good morning. i'm jon kelley. >>> police officers arriving in san jose to honor two of their own. a public memorial being held at hp pavilion starting at noon for santa cruz police officers loran "butch" baker and elizabeth butler. they died february 26th after they were gunned down while interviewing a sexual assault suspect. family, friends, and officers gathering right now near santa cruz's beach boardwalk to line up in a procession to san jose. they'll travel up highway 17 to highway 85 and then highway 87. the procession will exit just north of downtown and drive the few blocks to the hp pavilion. we'll be airing today's funeral live starting at noon right here on nbc bay area. you can also watch it on our website, nbcbayarea.com. with thousands of people just flooding into downtown san jose, let's check in with mike inouye right now to see how the traffic will be impacted. >> that route will be a big issue if you get stuck behind that caravan. you cannot pass it on the freeway. do not, do not ignore that warning. we'll look to the maps and look at the vicinity
in san carlos. 51 in san jose. here's what's coming patchy fog at the coast. warming up next two days then it's cooler by the end of the week. right now as i show you the pacific satellite picture here's what's will happen. high pressure is going to be calling the shots the next two days. with rim of high pressure in control the warming trend will continue. temperatures by wednesday in the low 80's. all right. tomorrow monk it's going to start out comfortable. well above normal by the way in the low 80's. in the 40's for the entire bay area but what you have to watch out for is the fog near the coast. poor visibility in pockets. give yourself extra time for the morning commute if you drive along the coast line. the fog will be around and then it will pull back pretty quickly tomorrow afternoon. nasty day. 70's than land. 60's coast side. weighs take a look at the specific temperatures you will see what it will turn out like. 75 degrees in santa cruz tomorrow. 74 in san jose. sunny vail on the peninsula blue skies 72 in san mateo o. 73 palo alto, coastal area half moon ba
in san jose. here's what's coming patchy fog at the coast. warming up next two days then it's cooler by the end of the week. right now as i show you the pacific satellite picture here's what's will happen. high pressure is going to be calling the shots the next two days. with rim of high pressure in control the warming trend will continue. temperatures by wednesday in the low 80's. all right. tomorrow monk it's going to start out comfortable. well above normal by the way in the low 80's. in the 40's for the entire bay area but what you have to watch out for is the fog near the coast. poor visibility in pockets. give yourself extra time for the morning commute if you drive along the coast line. the fog will be around and then it will pull back pretty quickly tomorrow afternoon. nasty day. 70's than land. 60's coast side. weighs take a look at the specific temperatures you will see what it will turn out like. 75 degrees in santa cruz tomorrow. 74 in san jose. sunny vail on the peninsula blue skies 72 in san mateo o. 73 palo alto, coastal area half moon bay up to 64 degree
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